in the vicinityVideoSean Spicer responds to the first democratic debate
Sean Spicer responded to the first democratic debate
The Democratic presidential candidates, who participated on Wednesday in the first of two debates this week, minimal damage to President Trump, according to Sean Spicer.
The democratic front-runner Joe Biden, former Vice-President, and sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., also escaped the night relatively unscathed, Spicer claimed on Thursday on “Hannity.”
“Not only that, you can’t lay a glove on Donald Trump, she said, but not one lie Biden on Bernie Sanders or Joe,” he said.
“With the exception of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who doesn’t Biden, at least in striking distance … if you tear or Sanders, you have no shot.”
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The former White House press secretary claimed, the democratic candidate left critics, the debate with the host networks underwhelmed, warning the same could be true for your viewers.
“For some of these people, this is the first time that you had the opportunity, even if only for 60 seconds, to the American people or the constituency of the MSNBC-who are your base,” he said.
“And you don’t have to do everything to impress you. There is no one that struck there. If we’re sitting here the day after talking about the phrase in Spanish more authentic was, that’s a problem.”
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Spicer claimed Democrats will respond directly to the success of the Trumpf managing so far.
“This President has to run on a record that goes far beyond the economy,” he said. “It talks about what he has done for the veterans, as he plussed-the military budget and how to combat the opioid addiction problem in so many communities.
“I don’t know how these people feel, how you are going to be on Donald Trump, if you are not even in contrast to what you will do to set the record he had as President.”